September 19, 2014
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Left-hander Noah Lowry has pushed back a
scheduled throwing session in Arizona for major league teams to give himself more time to get ready for the audition.
The 29-year-old Lowry hasn't pitched in two years because of a variety of issues with his forearm and shoulder and is set to make a comeback bid. He had been set to pitch in front of about half the big league clubs Tuesday but his agent says that will now take place at a later date - by the pitcher's choice.
Lowry had surgery for a rare neuromuscular problem in his left forearm, called exertional compartment syndrome, on March 7, 2008,
and then had an arthroscopic procedure to remove a bone spur from
his left elbow in September that year.
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